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Brides hail gown to hop on the wedding chariot!

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Jul '06
Every girl dreams of a lavish wedding, sketching plans ever since she is a child.

Most important for her is the 'wedding dress', the one that would make her the centre of attention, enhancing her beauty and being the perfect icing for the most special day of her life.

However, today, not all can afford to have this privilege, especially, when the gown would be worn just for a few hours on a single day.

In Saudi Arabia, people are compelled to hire out wedding gowns, so as to be able to enjoy at a reasonable price.

Several traders reported that the traditional custom to buy and treasure the gown for rest of the life is slowly diminishing, with the rising prices.

Brides are becoming more practical and wish to celebrate the few special hours flaunting the most glamorous outfit, than to own a mediocre one, for years.

While these gowns are priced over SR15,000, renting one may cost only SR1,000-3,000, per night.

Only problem is when one of your guests remember some other bride wearing the same dress as you have!!!


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